Believe it or not, online events can be fun.  During the last three years the Charter for Compassion has proven that when the right combination of people come together, the world rises to its feet, tears flow, hearts swell and smiles encircle the globe.  On November 20th, be prepared to engage as the Charter for Compassion gathers worldwide to recognize some of the most extraordinary and honorable people whose lives signify compassionate action to the 10th degree.  This will be a Gala as no other.  We will be hearing from people at the grassroots level, those working in the fields of health and scientific research, musicians who recognize their call to preserve cultural roots and use their talent to educate beyond musical notes, and social justice advocates who are spurred on by small victories that collectively result in equity.

Hear the founder of the Charter for Compassion, Karen Armstrong, invite each of us to think beyond the present to envision a possible world of renewal. Listen as Holocaust survior and honoree, Rabbi Soetendorp reminds us that it is time for tikkun olam, a time to repair the world.

Each minute of the Gala is guaranteed to be impactful. Hear the haunting voice of Israeli singer Shani, and her musical partner Noam, sing of the sincerity embodied in compassionate truth, and Australian singer Lior perform with an ensemble of the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra.

We are in the midst of creating an on-line spectacle that will embrace possibility and leave you speechless and ready to act for compassion -- honoring ten individuals who have blazed a trail for us to follow, intertwined with music that represents the soundtrack of our journey.

Save the date, November 20th, 2021, 8am PST and 5pm PST. Use this time/date converter to check local times. This will be a fundraiser to help sustain the Charter for Compassion's work. Everyone is invited, the admission fee is suggested, and your presence is required and appreciated.

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